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Tenori-on

Tenori-on

Part toy, part instrument, all geeky goodness. The Tenori-on ($1,200) is an electronic musical instrument that lets you create music by manipulating a series of buttons and a dial that control the type of sound and beats per minute produced, and a screen consisting of a 16x16 grid of LED switches. A magnesium frame gives the device a nice feel, while a pair of built-in speakers let you hear what's going on. You can even connect them to create a shiny, beep-enabled band. We love it. [via]

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